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Emma Willis shows off her abs in new sportswear collection

The presenter has released a new range with Next

Abigail Malbon

Emma Willis is her own best advertisement in new promo shots for her first-ever sportswear collection with Next. The presenter has been working on a collection full of activewear, swimwear and sports bras in fun, colourful prints - and we definitely want everything!

Emma has been designing for Next for a while now, but this is the first time she’s dipped her toe into activewear - and doesn’t she look amazing?!

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The collection features two different styles of leggings, which both have a comfortable deep waistband, along with two sports bra options; one of which is underwired for full support and another in a stretch material for ultimate comfort. We’ve selected our pick of the must-haves that we wouldn’t mind Santa leaving under the tree this year…

Hoodie

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Sweatshirt, £28, Emma Willis for Next

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This comfortable hoodie is good for the gym, but equally great for casual weekend walks. Plus, the colour is stunning and flattering on most.

Sweatpants

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Relaxed joggers, £26, Emma Willis for Next

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Perfect for yoga and chilling at home, these comfy sweatpants will quickly become your most comfortable fashion item.

Leggings

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Printed leggings, £28, Emma Willis for Next

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Different from your usual black without being too loud, we love these leggings. The high waisted fit is comfortable, and they’re designed to stay up while you exercise.

Vest

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High-neck vest, £16, Emma Willis for Next

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Add some summer to your wardrobe with this bright tank top, which looks great layered over a sports bra or another vest.

Sports bra

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Crop top, £18, Emma Willis for Next

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Something like this, perhaps? This sports bra is a classic, and so supportive. 

That New Year exercise regime never looked so appealing!

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